Waking up to a windmill, soaking up old-world glamour, whipping up a five-star dinner in a gourmet kitchen? Just a regular day for celebrities in the Hamptons. While we may never cook like Rachael Ray or look as alluring as Marilyn Monroe, we can at least dream of living their Hamptons lives. On a related note, anyone have $3 million we can borrow?
7 Dreamy Celebrity Homes You Could (Theoretically) Move into Right Now
Christie Brinkley (sag Harbor And Bridgehampton)
The supermodel is selling not one but two Hamptons properties. Her stunning waterfront retreat in Sag Harbor, originally built in 1843, is on the market for $20 million. Sitting on more than four acres, the home includes five bedrooms and a private beach. Meanwhile, in Bridgehampton, her Tower Hill Estate (originally built in 1891) is currently listed for $29.5 million. Brinkley completely restored the property, which sits on more than 20 acres and includes a main house, guesthouse, greenhouse, artist studio and more.
Rachael Ray (southampton)
Admit it—you’re at least a little curious about what goes down in a celebrity chef’s home kitchen. Well, while you probably won’t get a chance to taste any of Rachael Ray’s creations, you can at least pretend to cook like her: The Food Network and talk-show star is selling her Southampton compound on six acres for $4.5 million. The magical retreat with a gourmet kitchen (obviously) has even had several open houses in the past month. Here’s hoping for more of those.
Bethenny Frankel (bridgehampton)
Think of the perfect Hamptons summer cottage and chances are Bethenny Frankel’s seven-bedroom historic shingle-style Bridgehampton home is what comes to mind, without your even realizing it. Exquisitely decorated with a modern nautical theme (the furnishings are being sold with the home), this house is all about old-world glamour. Make it yours for a modest $3 million.
Marilyn Monroe & Arthur Miller (montauk)
Montauk’s Windmill House is hands down one of the East End’s most Instagrammable properties. Built in the 1800s, it’s been home to various celebrities over the years, including Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller, Kurt Vonnegut and Terence Stamp. The six-bedroom home is currently on the market for $1.9 million.
Ramona Singer (southampton)
Gather your squad and live like a reality star (for a summer) in the six-bedroom, 7,000-square-foot home of RHONY’s Ramona Singer. Her Hamptons home, which includes a pool and a tennis court, is on the rental market with an average price of $155,000 per month.
Rick & Kathy Hilton (water Mill)
Soak up the sun at the Water Mill home of Rick and Kathy Hilton. The idyllic summer getaway has a heated pool, private ocean beach and six bedrooms. It’s currently available to rent for an average monthly price of $50,000.
Richard Johnson (hampton Bays)
Oh, if these walls could talk. This charming Hampton Bays farmhouse, currently for rent for a cool $20,000 per month, is the home of famed Page Six gossip columnist Richard Johnson. Recently restored, the four-bedroom house would make for a romantic retreat any time of year, thanks to a cozy fireplace in the living room and an outdoor pool.